Colin Morton's ("A Mother's Mark") books of poetry include In Transit, This Won't Last Forever, The Merzbook: Kurt Schwitters Poems, How to Be Born Again and, most recently, Coastlines of the Archipelago (Buschek Books, 2000). He has performed his work with musical and intermedia groups and coproduced the animated sound-poetry film Primiti Too Taa. He has also published a novel, Oceans Apart (Quarry, 1995), and an excerpt from a new novel, King's Own, is at the Nebula website at He lives in Ottawa, Canada, and is vice-president of the League of Canadian Poets.

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